Mozilla Thunderbird is the default email client in Ubuntu. It is easy to use and setup, has many advanced features and allows for easy customisation. And customization is exactly what this article is all about.
A strong case for switching the default e-mail application from Evolution to Thunderbird was given at the Ubuntu Developer Summit, with a provisional decision in switching to it for Oneiric, subject to a set of criteria being met made.
Fed up with service-specific e-mail notification applets/tools for Ubuntu? So is Popper.
PopTray Minus is a notification area application for checking and notifying of new mail in your web account(s). A Linux port of the Windows application of the same name, the application is surprisingly feature-filled with […]
Anjai is a custom Evolution interface designed for use on netbooks, with it’s main screen optimized for 1024×600 sized screens. ROFL! Useless Trivia! Anjal means E-Mail in Tamil. Stylish (and useful!) Using WebKit […]
SpiceBird is a desktop E-Mail application that combines E-Mail, Instant Messaging, Calendar, Task management and an iGoogle gadgets in one application. Spicebird is your one platform for many collaboration needs. It provides e-mail, calendaring and […]